Monthly Archives: October 2014

North Korea’s President Kim Jong–un ‘s reappearance in October 2014 has given controversial debates

Photo source: http://www.nbcnews.com/news/world/north-koreas-kim-jong-un-shown-walking-cane-after-absence-n225096 Kim Jong-un is North Korea’s dictator, a successor from his father – Kim Jong-il, who died on 17 December 2011. Kim Jong-Un is child of deceased president Kim Jong-il and his late third wife Ko Yong-hui. Kim … Continue reading

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Internationalization of RMB: depending on the overall national strength

On October 27th, authorized by the People’s Bank of China, Foreign Exchange Trade Center announced the launch of directly trading of the RMB against the Singapore dollar in the interbank foreign exchange market. This movement shows the acceleration of internationalization … Continue reading

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The Rich and Poor in China

Currently, the second most millionaires on the planet live in China. A number only topped by millionaires living in the United States. What makes this even more astonishing is how fast the number of Chinese millionaires is increasing. However, poverty … Continue reading

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Hong Kong: Occupy Central Movement, A Gain or A Loss?

The “Occupy Central” movement in Hong Kong has lasted for almost one month. The whole world is still looking at Hong Kong, wondering how the central government will tackle this hot potato. Just like a tough parent to a rebellious … Continue reading

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Chinese waterway in Central America

Why America got rid of mosquitoes in Panama Malaria has been one of the most deadly tropical diseases over the course of human history. The WHO estimates that approximately 200m people contracted malaria in 2013. The economic toll is significant … Continue reading

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The Times They Are McChangin’

Just last week McDonalds posted a 30% decline in net income, resulting in a 3.3% drop in total global sales. This drop comes from all sections of the business, though it is primarily driven by the Asia sector. But let’s … Continue reading

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China Slowdown, a Necesity for China and the Globe

China Slowdown, a Necessity for China and the Globe The impending China slowdown has encouraged doom and gloom across global markets. Oil is at extremely low levels, the Fed is eliminating its bond buying program, and Europe is back on … Continue reading

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